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Posted on: December 17, 2020

Notice on COVID-19 Vaccinations

"Getting a vaccine will keep you from getting COVID-19"

Many of you have questions regarding the COVID-19 immunization: When will it be available? Is it safe? Where can I obtain information? Where can I be vaccinated? 

The County, Township of Health Department, and Township Board of Health have coordinated plans to provide immunization clinics for residents. 

The distribution of the vaccine is based on a federal plan which prioritizes specific groups such as healthcare workers and critical infrastructure employees. The second group includes people with chronic medical conditions and seniors, followed by the general public.

So where can you find the latest information on vaccine safety, when vaccinations will become available, and other updates?

Residents are urged to routinely check the Township website and the NJ Department of Health COVID-19 vaccination website.

The Morris County Division of Public Health also provides updated information.

Stay informed and continue preventive efforts including getting tested, wearing a mask, social distancing, good hand hygiene, not touching your eyes or face, and the following cough and sneeze etiquette. Together we can keep Hanover Township a healthy community.

Why Get Vaccinated? (PDF)

Holiday Celebrations During COVID-19 (PDF)

Getting 'Back to Normal' Is Going to Take All of Our Tools (PDF)

Obtain up-to-date info on the Coronavirus Vaccines
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